A nice little triplet
15 ft Rope Climb, 5 ascents
21 Ring dips
Blog meets blog:
Apparently Deb, my professional Belly Dancer client, has been chronicling our workout experience on her blog.
Here as an excerpt from her Body Language post:
Dance is a language – it is all about communicating and listening.
Working out also is definitely all about communicating (but sometimes I don’t listen.) For example, here is a fragment of a typical conversation my body has sometime between 4am (when I wake up) and 7:20 (when I pull into the parking lot at the gym.)
Shoulder: I can only do X amount of rotation today. Mess with me and I’ll make you all sorry by keeping you sleep deprived for days.
Quads: Well, look who woke up with an attitude. I’m a little tired of carrying your weight.
Abs: Maybe if the glutes put a little more effort into the workout we could relax a little.
Glutes: Uh, yeah, look who’s talking. Why should I anyway? Quads and Knees seem perfectly happy to do the work.
Biceps: Eat a few more fish oil capsules and get that prima donna shoulder working! I’m cramped.
Quads: for God’s sake, Shoulder, stop complaining – Paul will make all of the rest of us work out more! It’s not fair.
Glutes: I think y’all are doing just fine. Thanks for all the help. Ha, ha, ha!
Low back: You total slug!
Diaphragm: Stop whining and start rowing. By the way, Brain, have you figured out yet what Paul means by “Finish?”